Author: Nadia

1 Week of clean eating meals for moms on the move

If you are anything like me you tend to spend a lot of time on Pinterest googling those meal-plans that seem to be too good to be true. You know the ones. The ones that are prepped in one afternoon to create a weeks worth of scrumptious breakfasts, lunches and snacks that don’t resemble a container full of left-overs from last nights dinner (don’t get me wrong we do those too). But one that is full of nutrients, tastes good and doesn’t contain the typical refined carbs and loads of sugar and sodium. Now the problem with most of...

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Chicken Breasts with Nando’s Bushveld Braai Sauce and Grilled Vegetables

Nadia Landman Serves 5 Servings0Chicken Breasts with Nandos Bushveld Braai Sauce and Grilled Vegetables10 minPrep Time 1 hrCooking Time 1 hr, 10 Total Time Save Recipe Print Recipe My Recipes My Lists My Calendar IngredientsFor The Chicken5 skinless chicken breastsNandos Bushveld Braai SauceFresh lemon or lemon juiceFor the grilled vegetables1 Bag of pre-mixed vegetables (1.5 KG) orButternutMixed pepperCourgettesRed OnionsFresh Rosemary"! Herbs and Spices"Coconut- or olive oilBlack pepper and Himalayan SaltFresh garlic or garlic saltInstructionsPreheat the over to 200CFor the chickenPrepare an oven-proof dish with olive oilTenderise the chicken breasts with a meat hammer and add to the dishMarinade with Nandos Bushveld Braai sauce and add a dash of lemon juice (make sure to marinade evenly)Chop some fresh coriander and add as a toppingFor the VegetablesPrepare an oven-proof dish with olive oil and garlicChop the vegetables or add the bag to the dishDrizzle with olive oil and add a generous helping of black-pepper and salt to tasteAdd both dishes to the oven. Chicken should be cooked through with no visible "pink" meat when you cut it. Vegetables should still be firm or can be cooked to taste.7.8.1.22 Copyright Keep Calm and Mom...

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Keep your head up when things don’t go your way

Most women experience times in their lives when things just don’t work our the way you planned. Don’t get me wrong, most women I know are masters of planning weeks, weekends, meals, holidays, kids projects and birthdays and still manage to remember picking up birthday cards, renewing car licences and picking up the dry cleaning over and above cooking, cleaning and holding down a job. Being an education consultant I have the pleasure of working alongside my husband. We consult to a variety of education providers which means our work is not traditional and rather niche as we provide...

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5 Tips for kids and moms who procrastinate

As a born procrastinator I tend to leave things to the last minute. Studying during varsity days used to be one of these things and as if karma is starting to make up good time, I thought I would share a few ways to get in some study time with kids and teens even when the urge to Netflix on the couch is slightly overpowering later in the afternoon. Study smarter, not harder Spend smaller chunks of time reviewing material or reading – don’t attempt to study for hours by memorising old notes. Set some time aside to get...

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Breakfast Sorted: In your sleep!

Serves 3138Easy Overnight Protein Oats5 minPrep Time 7 hrCooking Time 7 hr, 5 Total Time Save Recipe Print Recipe My Recipes My Lists My Calendar Ingredients1 cup steel cut oats1 tablespoon sugar, agave nectar or honey1 tablespoon peanut butter1 tablespoon organic cocoa1 serving protein powder1/4 teaspoon salt3 1/2 cups of water (or coconut water)InstructionsAdd all the ingredients to a crockpot (slowcooker) and mix wellSet the crockpot to Low and let the ingredients simmerWhen oats start to thicken, set crockpot to Warm and add one additional cup of water7.8.1.21 Copyright Keep Calm and Mom On Nutrition Calories 138 cal Fat...

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